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COVID-19 Best Practices in the Spotlight: SEMI Korea Holds On-Site Chip Manufacturing Tutorial

SEMI Korea is back on track. New confirmed COVID-19 cases in Korea now average about 50 per day – with more than half from abroad – after peaking in early March, setting the stage for the Seoul office’s first on-site program since the global...

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Gore, Dickerson and Kelly Speak Out on Sustainability – Highlights from SEMICON West 2020 Keynotes

At SEMICON West 2020, the Honorable Al Gore, former U.S. Vice President and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for environmental activism, commented on the world being in the midst of a “sustainability revolution.” Just what did he mean by that,...

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Community and Collaboration: Keys to Tackling Global Challenges with Microelectronics

Humanity has survived almost unimaginable challenges over the past 5,000 years of documented human history. From war, famine and natural disasters to the first global pandemic in the last 100 years, more often than not, people have relied on one...

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3 Key Takeaways from New Hiring Data: Semiconductor Industry Continues Pursuit of Best, Brightest Talent

Data recently collected by SEMI points to only a moderate slowdown in the industry’s pursuit of talent, illustrating the growing and significant need for attracting workers at all levels of the organization. With COVID-19’s devastating impact on...

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Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Unites for PPE Donations to COVID-19 Frontline Warriors

As the fight against COVID-19 presses ahead, many healthcare workers, especially those on the front lines, are being pushed to their limits and beyond to ensure our health and safety. To help doctors and nurses combat the virus, SEMI Taiwan...

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SEMI Urges Global Standards for Essential Business Travel

On Monday, SEMI led a statement from a coalition of industry groups calling on governments worldwide to harmonize their policies to safely allow essential international travel by essential workers. Cross-border mobility in the semiconductor and...

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SEMI Urges EU and Member States to Allow Cross-Border Mobility of Essential Workforce

Right after the COVID-19 outbreak, multiple countries in Europe and globally recognized the semiconductor and microelectronics industries as essential and allowed for them to maintain operations of key research and manufacturing activities. 

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SEMI Tech Spotlight: Fighting the COVID-19 Pandemic with Big Data-AI Enabled Platforms

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the SEMI Global Advocacy team has been working tirelessly to ensure the microelectronics manufacturing and design supply chain is classified as an “essential business” in the United States and for similar...

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SEMI Japan Urges Essential Business Designation for Domestic Chip Supply Chain

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared a state of emergency for Tokyo, Osaka and five other prefectures[1] on April 7 in response to a startling increase of COVID-19 infections in the region’s cities in an uneasy moment for its domestic...

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